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The Late Bronze Age (LBA) eruption of Santorini volcano deposited ash over most of the eastern Mediterranean, distributed thick deposits of pyroclastic material over the local landscape, and instantly buried the Minoan-aged living surface of these islands. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) studies of the LBA volcanic deposits on Thera have allowed us to establish the thickness of individual pyroclastic units, to trace units laterally, and to establish facies variations in areas where the deposits are unexposed. GPR data are presented for two sites: Site A is a survey over LBA volcanic deposits exposed in the Phira quarry, immediately south of...

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